j Freedom and Equality i Lyndon Johnson said that economic freedom meant more

J freedom and equality i lyndon johnson said that

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Security, FDIC, TVA, and SEC.j.Freedom and Equalityi.Lyndon Johnson said that economic freedom meant more than equal opportunity. Explain what he meant by that statement and how his Great Society program attempted to redefine the relationship between freedom and equality. Johnson’s Great Society may not have achieved equality “as a fact.” But it represented the most expensive effort in the nation's history to mobilize the powers of the national government to address theneeds of the least-advantaged Americans, especially those, like blacks, largely excluded from the original New Deal entitlements such as Social Security. 5.Changing Black Movementi.What became the new focal point of the civil rights agenda?
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ii. What was the cause of this according to the “Kerner Report?” Released in 1968, the Kerner report blamed the violence on “segregation and poverty” and offered a powerful indictment of “white racism.” It depicted a country in danger of being torn apart by racial antagonism: “Our nation is moving toward two societies, one black, one white - separate and unequal.” but the report failed to offer any clear proposals for change.
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